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Submitting Your Short Fiction and Poetry: 5 FAQs from a Magazine Editor

For writers of short form literature, submitting your work can mean a variety of positive things. Here are important questions (and answers) you need to know about the process. The post Submitting Your Short Fiction and Poetry: 5 FAQs from a Magazine Editor appeared first on
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